By Yoon-Suk JUNG

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Documentary - Completed 2013

From the cruel crime in mid 90’s in Korea, we shed new light of what real criminal mean is.

& Awards

Berlinale - Berlin IFF 2014
    • Year of production
    • 2013
    • Genres
    • Documentary
    • Countries
    • KOREA (South)
    • Languages
    • KOREAN
    • Duration
    • 90 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Yoon-Suk JUNG
    • Synopsis
    • In 1994 Korea, notorious serial killers were caught. Killed 6 people, made one of hostages to participate the murder by force. They even ate the corpse meat before they burn them off. These unforgettable killers were called JIJON Clan and Koreans still remember them as the most infamous criminals in history. JIJON Clan finally sentenced to death. About 20 years passed, the film interviews people that were involved; detectives, death penalty executor, and a nun stayed with them till their death. From their testimony the film looks back at the mid 90’s society and finds out the true meaning of crime, eventually reveals the ‘real’ killer beneath this.